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“Environmental Considerations on Large Infrastructure Projects“

By: Mark Armstrong, PEng, MESc, PMP, Hatch Mott MacDonald

Mark Armstrong is the Deputy Practice Leader – Environment for Hatch Mott MacDonald’s Canada Business Unit. In addition he manages HMM’s Markham office. Mark earned his Masters of Engineering Science in 1998 from Western University (formerly The University of Western Ontario). His thesis, under the supervision of Dr. Kerry Rowe, focused on the rates of clogging in leachate collection systems. Over the last 16 years Mark has been involved with some of the largest infrastructure projects in Canada, including the GO Transit Rail Improvement Program, the Spadina Subway Extension and the Eglinton Crosstown LRT. Mark will provide highlights on these projects and discuss opportunities and challenges of minimizing the impact to our environment while these projects are being constructed.

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